Windows clone

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    Dont know if this has been posted before or not. But for ppl that dont like having to pay for an operating system and activating there is an alternative other than Linux. This looks to be a windows 98(?) clone, did i mention that its free,lol.
     
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    thats pretty damn sweet. For being free, I think I'm gona have to try this out in a virtual machine.
     
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    Thats what i did, they have the download thats already installed on a virtual. Its not bad for being free.
     
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    Nope i dont think its illegal.
     
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    It will probably infringe on some copyrights, but who really cares, its not like the company is using it for profit (not directly anyway).
     
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